New Johnson Way RV Park in Revelstoke Looking For Approval

The proposed development would include RV spots, cabins, as well as combined two-storey storage/suite units.

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The concept plan for the proposed Johnson Way RV Park in the Johnson Heights neighbourhood in Revelstoke.

The concept plan for the proposed Johnson Way RV Park in the Johnson Heights neighbourhood in Revelstoke. — Photo courtesy City of Revelstoke Planning Dept.

A proposal for a large RV park, storage unit, and commercial space development in Revelstoke's Johnson Heights neighbourhood is looking for the City's approval.

According to a report in the Revelstoke Mountaineer, “On February 5, the city’s Advisory Planning Commission (APC) was scheduled to review a proposed development called the Johnson Way RV Park, to be located on a 12.7-hectare property at 1121 Johnson Way. The location is just south from the Mt. Begbie Brewing Co. brewery.

An early plan calls for an RV park with 35 RV spots and 25 cabins. In addition to the cabins, there would be a total of 53 storage units. However, the plan calls for 30 of those storage units to be two-storey with suites located in the units. In addition to the RV spots and storage/suite units, the concept plan shows a pool, a restaurant, a reception building, and a washroom facility building.”

Read the entire Mountaineer article here.

Source: Revelstoke Mountaineer

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